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] >> michael: we're having a little problem with trish's audio. but i hear what she's saying this is the heart of the issue. noah, would you say it's as much about the will of the people behind it. >> the will of the people is certainly behind background legislation. this is a tragic event, a series of deeply tragic event. it does need to be addressed in the most prudent fashion you possibly can. but emotionalism is not a good way to form public policy. to have an emotional reaction to event is a problematic way of making public policy. we've seen that they're not immune to emotion but it does make good politics--it's a motivating factor but as we've seen on the inability to pass sweeping gun control legislation the senate does not work on emotion. >> michael: or it does. listen, my hat goes off to you. you're swimming in the shark tank here on the show and taking a position that is so different than the position that i have and trish seems to have. emotionalism is how we change our minds. when we see children gunned down we see there is a problem. not the only problem but america--the senate
. [laughter] you get it? i feel it. okay. thank you, trish. let's hear it for trish, all right? okay. there's one more thing i wanna show you, gang. as i wanna show you that i can light up this lamp in the dark. robert, the lights, please. the lamp is lit. when i hold it like this, no. but like this, yeah. this, goes out. like this, light. i've got a question for you. lights please, robert. when i held the lamp like this, it lit up. when i held it like this, it didn't. surrounding this dome is a very strong electric field. i've got a question for you, where do you suppose the electric field is stronger, close or far? close. close? won't i have charges in here-- more energized here than here? when we talk about the energy per charge, we're talking about a concept called voltage. guess where the voltage will be higher, here or here? when i hold it like this, i'll have a voltage difference. when i hold it like this, i'll have-- the same. --no voltage difference. when i hold it like this, you saw a current. when i held it like this, you saw no current. i wonder if there's a reason for that. we'
are paying a touching trish out to a college student killed in front of his san francisco home. the 19-year-old was shot in front of his home in the mission district on saturday morning. last night, his family, friends and former high school football teammates gathered in front of the family house for a prayer service. he was an athlete, an honor student at archbishop high school before going to lewis and clark college in portland. >> he was all about sportsmanship. the team rallyied around the family and lifted their spirits. >>the shooter is thought to mistake him for a gang member. no arrests have been made. >> if you report being released later this morning is expected to shed new light on why an oil tanker hit a tower of the bay bridge in january. the san francisco board of pilot commissioners is expected to release findings from the investigation this morning, the january 7 collision occur when the air force ray mar collided with the tower of the bay bridge on am foggy monday morning and the hull was crushed and the inner hall was intact. the crash damaged a bridge fender and the ntsb
. that may soon change. >> trish sha bower considered putting her three-year-old child in the center at the gym until she checked it out. >> they have too many children in the facility. i would rather him monitored per person, eight to 10 kids, not like an abundance of 30 kids and there's one supervisor. >> she brings her kid to a state licensed day care center. the employees here must be 18, have a criminal background check and meet specific child to staff ratios. the state does not require the short term drop off centers like the ones you find in a gym to meet know of those rierts. >> if you're caring for kids you should meet the standards. >> the senator agrees and has introduced a bill that would require the centers to do background checks, hire employees that have 18 and meet state ratios. they would not affect kinds park but she sopt supports the bill and says it will help protect the kids. >> we have to be the advocates for the children so it makes a lot of sense that we bring up the standards so they more closely mirror what traditional centers have to adhere to. >> mom, patr
, wearing their hats, t-shirts and medals, including trish and her boyfriend who had finished the race but were near the finish line when the bombs went off. >> all you could do was panic. people started running one way as emt's were going the other way. one knew what was going on. >> you could see ambulance and ambulance rushing down the street and you can smell the sulfur and smoke. >> reporter: she says the whole ground shook. >> it was pretty scary. there were people dropping to the ground praying, there were people running all over trying to find out, you know, if their family was okay. >> reporter: and runner kari stafford from corning said the worst went through her mind. >> my first thought was this was 9/11 all over again: i was praying that it wasn't. i was praying that it and as sad as it is, it could have been a lot worse. >> reporter: none of them have been reported among the casualties and ones i talked to were e relieved to be back home and wish they could have stayed to help. >> the marathon is never going to be the same but i hope pe
and trish brau. in addition, brian alexander in new york represented 17 families. mr. speaker, i always believed this, i might be wrong because i'm not an attorney, but when a settlement is made a substantial settlement is made, somebody was seen as being at fault. the press on july 27 of the year 2000 in the release they make references to a combination of -- reference to a combination caused by the april 8 scent. they further stated, marine corps commandant james jones, the tragedy is that these were all good marines joined in a challenging mission. unfortunately, the pilots drive to accomplish that mission appears to have been the fatal factor. mr. speaker, what the family and myself have been battling for since the year 2000 is that the experts have said that the pilots did not understand how it impacts the v-22. vortex marine state is understood in most helicopters, but the v-22 was new and they had not done any testing at all . and mr. speaker, i want to read the paragraph from connie gruber when she asked me to look into this. this was dated december 10 of 2002. with so many wron
: trish connelly had planned to open a new fine arts gallery in clarksville's historic downtown this weekend. instead, she's been sandbagging to try to save it. >> everybody's pulling and helping. we could just still use more help. >> reporter: this town 75 miles north of st. louis has flooded at least 4 times in the last 18 years. this year, it's come early. the high water forced the army corps of engineers to close locks and halt traffic. two bridges were closed for several hours after more than 100 barges broke loose saturday night south of st. louis. it's a far cry from just a few months ago when drought conditions threatened to bring river traffic to a standstill. rivers are rising fast across a huge swath of the midwest, a result of last week's storms dumping a month's worth of rain in just a few hours. it triggered widespread flash flooding and sinkholes in chicago and caused dozens of rivers to swell. evacuations are under way, roads closed as hundreds of acres of farmland are swallowed by water. at least three deaths are blamed on the floodwaters. in central indiana, to
create aid travel crunch at the airports. joe leonard is former ceo of airtran and air canada. trish gilbert. trish, let me start with you. we'll finally get a deal in congress to put an end to this. what's your assessment of what's going on here? >> well we're very hopeful. standing up as leaders and getting this measure passed. we hope today early this morning sometime mid morning the house of representatives will do the same thing. they are anxious to get back to full complement of air traffic controllers. >> what do you say to people who are skeptical to say this is a workforce that's highly unionized and made things worse on purpose? any truth to the discussion? >> that's absolutely incorrect. these men and women are very proud of the profession and they come to work every day from the day they were hired until the day they retire. to purposely do anything like that would be unconscionable. >> do you think they have done anything purposely in order to make this be very dramatic and extremely inconvenient? >> we're just looking for the solution. and the leadership we saw in the h
there were candidates who edged close to that language even in the 21st century. >> host: pat trish sharks you're the last caller for eric deegans go ahead. >> guest: the pressure is on. >> caller: thank you for taking my call. i would like to hear you comments on race-baiting from the left, and in particular, jesse jackson. i'd like to hear what you have to say about that. thank you so much for taking my call. >> guest: there's a bit in my book about al sharpton and his dual roles as a spokesman for the family of trayvon martin and an anchor on msnbc, and i've always criticized it that and felt it was inappropriate for have someone as a major anchor on a news channel who is also representative of someone at the center of one the most covered news stories in 2012. i think there's room to criticize the way some people on the left talk about race. i do sort of feel -- i don't want to do what we call false equivalency. i don't want to look at what happens on the left and equate it to the right ununely thi has happened in the conservative media sphere is much more negative and intense and muc
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children, however, say there's been plenty of support and sympathy for the family. >> the magnificent trish ubutess week, the wonderful words of president obama, these have given me strength. this is going to be a tough and tearful week even for the daughter of the iron lady. >> lady thatcher's funeral service which will be marked by ceremonial grandeur will take place at the cathedral monday morning. >> margaret thatcher's funeral is a symbolic funeral. it's not on the same level as princess diana or even the queen mother. >> even the cusp of the funeral is now a matter of dispute. it's estimated to be at about $15 million, if you look at the guest list, it's perfectly hon most why that price has risen. queen elizabeth will be in attendance along with prince filip. >> how have the papers categorized all these displays? i know some have called this guerrilla sort of behave yoibeh. some call it guerrilla fever. how have the newspapers combatted this. >> britain's newspaper is theological. so some have described her as the greatest peacetime prime minister in the history of the united kingdom
to 30. what in the sam hill is going on out here, trish says? it will be sunny. temperatures are definitely beginning to warm up. we're starting off in the 50s for many locations. other areas in the 30s. it was really cold for some. really warm for others. a mild morning. i would say generally. if you didn't have any breeze at all, it was cold. but warmer weather is on the way starting today and probably lasting a while, not just friday. ky take that out into probably -- i can take that out probably into next week. windy not for many. the only nonnorth wind i saw was at moffett. crockett, the wind has turned northeast there. if you like it -- i know you don't like the wind because the allergy levels are through the roof. if you like sunshine and warmer weather, it's here to stay for a while. >> all right, steve. thank you. >>> 8:26. we'll take a quick break and be right back. enough about the book, i want to hear about your date. well, he showed up in a van. [ women ] oh-awww. [ voices in background ] [ female announcer ] swapportunity. the opportunity to swap a higher calori
distinction based on citizenship. including in world war ii. the current is the first that trishs peaced on sit denship. that means that we can't put dhokhar tsarnaev before a mill tare arery commission. had his brother survived we could. the first prisoner was john walker lind who turned out to be a u.s. citizen and the military commission system wasn't able to try him. had, however, tamerlan survived and went before a military commission as the statute is written now you the differences would not be that great according to the administration. when you talk about the current version military commissions which is version number three what the government emphasizes is how similar they are to federal courts and courts martial instead of how different they are. it is unclear that trying him by military commission would get the government anything if what the government wants to do is avoid the usual constitutional protections the government has. >> shannon: and many stops and starts and evolutions with the military courts or commissions as you point out. colonel, you had great concerns and
's a very important structure china has to take into consideration. >> trish prime minister margaret thatcher died on monday. the house of commons will pay tribute to the first female prime minister. live coverage from london and dirty eastern on c-span 3. >> earlier today i met with families from newtown, connecticut to discuss legislature we are currently debating. it's obviously very emotional and it isn't an easy meeting to have, but it's a very necessary meeting to have when the parents of children that were murdered or when i think somebody from a family that the teachers were murdered is difficult for everybody. i want to thank them for sharing their stories of love ones and their concerns at me. i hope many of my colleagues would consider meeting with the families as well because in a hold of pictures of their loved ones, i think each one of them had pictures of their loved ones. it makes it personal if they've gone through and we are debating legislation they are supporting handed my state of iowa, there's a lot of difference of an imap particular legislation that we might b
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